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abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

(OP)

HELLO , im using eclipse c programmer for jennic radiofrequency device

1-plz can u explain what this instruction abspath means excactly ? IM guessing its about path but i need more details ,

2-IS THERE ANY DOCUMENT OR WEBSITE FOR EXMPAINING ECLIPSE C CODE INSTRUCTIONS for programming jennic radiofrequency wireless module Jennic 5148 for helping me understanding some source files ,

thanks for help

slm

RE: abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

Hi baran,

1.) double posting won't give you more answers.
2.) Using all caps, also when you haven't received a response to your first post, is considered shouting and therefore rude
3.) This is the C# (C sharp) forum. Not an Eclipse forum and not a C forum.
4.) A quick google for asbpath eclipse c gave me this first hit:
http://search.cpan.org/~jenda/Win32-AbsPath-1.0/Ab...

just as "abspath" would suggest, it reurns an absolute path, converts a relative path into an absolute one.

If you post code questions, please post at least a little code and more than just two rude phrases thrown into the wild!

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RE: abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

(OP)


First of all thank you this rude answer.

i wrote another question because i sew my question is not enough to understand.
even all of my wrote is wrong, if you wanna reply, no need to be rude, you will not get anything.
you have to be kind.

RE: abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

LOL.

Quote:

if you wanna reply, no need to be rude, you will not get anything.
No, pal, it's you who needs to try to be kind and to a degree be professional when asking for support. This is not a help desk after all but a forum for professionals.
Still you got something, namely a reply.
And I'll even give you more:
Googling for Jennic 5148 Eclipse abspath led me to this page:
http://www.jennic.com/support/forums/thread.php?po...

Sounds like something that fits your problem:

Quote:

SDK_BASE_DIR needs to be interpreted as /cygdrive/c/Jennic (which is the cygwin equivalent of C:Jennic).

This may or may not work (I place my projects in 'long filename' dierctories elsewhere on the drive, although not ones which also have spaces) but you could try changing the makefiles so that they define SDK_BASE_DIR as /cygdrive/c/Jennic instead of $(abspath ../../../..).

Does this refer to your problem?
Try the workarounds described there.

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RE: abspath ? documentation for eclipse code c source

(OP)
thanks for your reply it was useful :)

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